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Pay Me In Equity

Summary

Tune in to this episode as Dominique explains what it means to get paid in equity and how influencers and those who are dealing and working with start-ups can be like Beyonce and leverage in the company’s equity.

Key Takeaways
  • Stock Options give you the ability to buy their stocks at a preset price or discounted price after a specific date. 
  • Restricted Stocks, restrict your ability to sell the company stocks during a set timeframe.
  • Some companies that cannot afford to pay you your ideal salary will offer equity either vested over a period of time or immediately, as additional compensation.
  • To cash in on your equity, the company will either be sold or will go public on a stock exchange via a IPO (Initial Public Offering).
  • Ask for equity!!
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